Bulgaria analyzed Russia's version of the truck explosion on the Crimean bridge. In Sofia, the Kremlin was officially caught in a lie.
Sofia officially denied the Kremlin's version that the route of the exploded truck on the Crimean bridge began in Bulgaria This is stated in a statement by Bulgaria's chief prosecutor Ivan Geshev.< /p>
Bulgaria responded to Russia's accusations
Bulgarian Prosecutor General stressed that the Russian version of the explosion on the bridge is a hybrid attack on the European community.
Colleagues from the Sofia city prosecutor's office categorically established that Bulgaria had nothing to do with the explosion on the Crimean bridge. This is another Russian hybrid attack on the European community. – wrote Geshev.
What is known about the Russian investigation into the explosion on the Crimean bridge
- In the early morning of October 8, a powerful explosion occurred on the Crimean bridge, which Russia uses to transfer forces for the war in Ukraine. As a result of the “clap”, the bridge was seriously damaged and partially became unusable. The All-Russian Union of Insurers estimated the damage from the explosion on the Crimean bridge at 200-500 million rubles.
- A few days later, Russia announced that it had already conducted an investigation and established Ukraine's involvement. The Kremlin is confident that Kirill Budanov, the head of the GUR MO, was involved in organizing the explosion. However, Moscow's version does not stand up to scrutiny.
- President Volodymyr Zelensky denied Russia's accusations. The head of state hinted that the explosion could be the result of internal conflicts between the military and special services in Russia.
- Russia was convinced that the route of the truck that allegedly blew up the Crimean bridge supposedly started in Bulgaria and then passed through Georgia, Armenia, North Ossetia and the Krasnodar Territory.
- Immediately after the Kremlin released information that the route of the truck that blew up the Crimean bridge allegedly started in Bulgaria, the Bulgarian counterintelligence service SANS launched an investigation on the orders of the Acting Prime Minister Minister Galab Donev.